[75c] “Certainly.”“But, we say, we must have acquired a knowledge of equality before we had these senses?”“Yes.“Then it appears that we must have acquired it before we were born.”“It does.”“Now if we had acquired that knowledge before we were born, and were born with it, we knew before we were born and at the moment of birth not only the equal and the greater and the less, but all such abstractions? For our present argument is no more concerned with the equal than with absolute beauty and the absolute good and the just and the holy, and, in short,
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